How long can you store water if it is structured water?

Structured water has unique properties that are gathered from the environment that it is placed in. The theory and science behind structured water says that the hydrogen bonds in the water interact and share properties with their surroundings. By passing water over clay and other mineral sources that have positive vibrational effects the water is returned to its most natural, or structured, state. Unfortunately, as soon as the water is moved away from these mineral sources, it begins to return to the negative properties that it is stored in again. That’s why special care and consideration must be given to the storage and longevity of the structured water that you drink.


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5 Reasons Why Alkaline Water Is Unnatural

Drinking alkaline water has become popular in recent years, primarily as a means to combat the effects of a high-acid diet and sedentary lifestyle. But modern methods of producing alkaline water are unnatural and potentially dangerous. While limited use of naturally occurring alkaline water may benefit those suffering from certain health conditions, such as bronchitis or acid reflux disease, for most people consumption of alkaline water will have negative side effects—especially if the water was alkalized by means of an artificial process.


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Other all natural solutions to making structured water yourself

Water is the most ubiquitous substance on earth, covering about 70% of its surface. Interestingly, water is also the main constituent found in the human body, similarly making up about 70% of each human organism. Water is the major building block of life, sustaining us and our planet from macro down to microscopic levels. Unfortunately, our finite source of clean, useable water has been steadily declining in both quality and character.


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Improve the rate of absorption during transpiration with structured water

In order for plants to survive, large amounts of water molecules are required for capillary effect. Transpiration is the process where liquid water is lost by evaporation through the small openings in plant leaves known as stomata. These stomata open and close based on environmental conditions including light levels, humidity levels, temperature, and soil moisture. Water needed for transpiration is “pulled” from the roots of plants up into the leaves due to the energy in water held within the hydrogen bonds which occurs between water molecules. The process is essential in supplying the plant with sufficient nutrients, for its cooling effects, for the entrance of carbon dioxide required for photosynthesis, and for the proper positioning of water molecules needed to provide the plant the building blocks required to hold its upright form and structure.


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